Here are my most favorite experiments I've found for a three to four-year-old.

10 Simple Science Experiments for 3-4 Year Olds

Here is a huge collection of our favorite math and literacy learning activities for preschoolers (3 and 4 year olds).  So many ideas for hands-on learning and play! Literacy Activities Go on a Detective Alphabet Hunt – Hunt for letters with a magnifying glass, and then check them off on your list. Alphabet Bingo Game …

The BEST Math and Literacy Learning Activities for Preschoolers

Here is a huge collection of our favorite math and literacy learning activities for preschoolers (3 and 4 year olds). So many ideas for hands-on learning and play! Literacy Activities Go on a Detective Alphabet Hunt – Hunt for letters with a magnifying glass, and then check them off on your list. Alphabet Bingo Game …

Teach Your Four-year-old To Read, How I taught my 4 year old to read. Advice to Parents: How to teach our kindergarten reception children to read.

Teach Your Four-year-old To Read, How I taught my 4 year old to read. Advice to Parents: How to teach our kindergarten reception children to read.

A great list of age-appropriate chores for children. Help raise independent and competent children!

When can I start giving chores to my children?

A great list of age-appropriate chores for children. Help raise independent and competent children!

Your 4-year-old: Development, behavior and parenting tips

What you've wanted to know about your 4-year-old but have been too afraid to ask

dry erase workbook: this was great! the kids stayed quiet for a long stretch (until they started fighting over markers) and i found I.B. some large letters that he loves tracing. we used washable markers that just wiped off with a damp cloth. we don't use regular dry erase markers in our house anymore because they stain clothes and hands and arms and bellies . . .

dry erase workbook: this was great! the kids stayed quiet for a long stretch (until they started fighting over markers) and i found I.B. some large letters that he loves tracing. we used washable markers that just wiped off with a damp cloth. we don't use regular dry erase markers in our house anymore because they stain clothes and hands and arms and bellies . . .

I like this idea for the little ones....minus the profanity. Wish I could edit the descript. Lol!

I like this idea for the little ones....minus the profanity. Wish I could edit the descript. Lol!

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